ROOFTOP SOLAR PV - Textile ( PaCT: Partnership for Cleaner Textile is a holistic program that supports textile wet processing factories in adopting Cleaner Production (CP) practices

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<ul><li><p>Bangladesh PaCT: Partnership for Cleaner Textile is a holistic </p><p>program that supports textile wet processing factories in adopting </p><p>Cleaner Production (CP) practices, and engages with brands, </p><p>government, communities, financial institutions, and other </p><p>stakeholders to bring about systemic, positive environmental </p><p>change for the Bangladesh textile wet processing sector, its </p><p>.........workers, and surrounding communities, and to contribute to the </p><p>sectors long-term competitiveness and environmental </p><p>.sustainability. To date, 13 brands and two technology </p><p>.suppliers have partnered with PaCT.</p><p>Lack of a reliable energy supply has prompted the textile </p><p>industry to look for alternative sources of energy. Solar rooftop </p><p>.has immense potential in the energy intensive operations of the </p><p>textile industries in Bangladesh by way of utilizing vacant and </p><p>..shadow free rooftop space. Rooftop space can be utilized for solar </p><p>PV installation provided a thorough feasibility has been carried out. </p><p>If you have a textile factory which is struggling with no grid connection </p><p>or mostly dependent on diesel generators, it is time you need to </p><p>diversify your energy sources. Bangladesh PaCT will support you in </p><p>making an informed decision about installing rooftop solar photovoltaic </p><p>(PV) system at your factory. </p><p>ROOFTOP SOLAR PV</p><p>What PaCT Offers</p><p>PaCT will organize technical </p><p>and financial feasibility </p><p>studies of rooftop solar PV in </p><p>textile factories and support </p><p>the factories in preparing bid </p><p>documents, finalizing </p><p>vendors, preparing an </p><p>implementation plan and </p><p>introducing them to IFCs </p><p>partner FIs for financing.</p><p>Technical and financial feasibility studies by an </p><p>international consulting firm</p><p>Bid document for RFP from vendors</p><p>Vendor selection through bidding evaluation </p><p>framework</p><p>Facilitating financing through IFCs partner </p><p>financial institutions (FI)</p><p>BENEFIT</p><p>S</p><p>Environment </p><p>friendly</p><p>Utilization of </p><p>free space</p><p>Proven </p><p>technology</p><p>Increased fuel </p><p>savings</p><p>Security against </p><p>rising energy cost</p><p>Modular design </p><p>Diversification of </p><p>energy sourcesLow maintenance</p></li><li><p>CONTACT</p><p>Mohan Seneviratne</p><p>Program Manager</p><p>mseneviratne@ifc.org</p><p>Abdallah Naeefy</p><p>Consultant</p><p>anaeefy@ifc.org</p><p>Side-by-side Comparison of the Outcomes of Feasibility Studies on </p><p>Rooftop Solar PV at PaCT Partner Factories located near Dhaka</p><p>PaCT worked with two of its partner factories with different energy usage profiles to determine the technical and </p><p>financial feasibility for optimum level of PV capacity addition at these factories, and provide a comprehensive </p><p>analysis on various aspects of rooftop solar integration with the existing sources of energy. The consulting firm, </p><p>appointed by the PaCT program, undertook site visits to the factories and collected data related to the type of </p><p>rooftop, shadow free area, load details, electricity consumption pattern during operating hours, supply sources </p><p>and other related details to analyze the technical and financial feasibilities of a rooftop solar project.</p><p>United House, 10 Gulshan Avenue, Gulshan 1, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh</p><p>Telephone: +88 0960 4401400</p><p>Fax: (880-2)-9894744, 8833495</p><p>www.textilepact.net</p><p>*kWp: Kilo Watt Peak</p><p>**Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE): Total lifecycle cost of producing a kWh of power using rooftop solar PV</p><p>***IRR: Internal Rate of Return</p>mailto:mseneviratne@ifc.orgmailto:anaeefy@ifc.orghttp://www.textilepact.net/</li></ul>

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